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    Brazil’s biggest cemetery races to keep up with virus

    The day after Brazil registered a record 1,179 coronavirus deaths in 24 hours, Sao Paulo grave digger Moises Francisco notched a bleak milestone of his own. Francisco works at Vila Formosa, the biggest cemetery in Latin America, a seemingly endless field of graves on the east side of Sao Paulo. In normal times, he usually […] More

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    Saudi Ramadan TV dramas invite scrutiny of Israel ties

    Riyadh – Two Ramadan dramas on a Saudi-controlled TV network have stirred controversy as they test public perceptions of quietly warming relations between the Gulf kingdom and Israel. Most Arab states including Saudi Arabia have no official diplomatic ties with Israel. But both sides are pursuing what one think tank calls a “tepid dance” to […] More

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    India uses political opportunism in occupied Kashmir under Covid-19

    Is COVID-19 a “perfect cover” for political opportunities? CJ Werleman. While international community is fighting Covid-19 lockdown, Kashmir is under continued lockdown since5 August 2019.  Opportunism and politics are intertwined in reality. For example, how Americans forgot impeachment proceedings for President Trump by diverting attention to the killing of Iranian military general Qassem Soleimani in the beginning of 2020. India intensified military aggression since Covid-19 lockdown by killing maths teacher turned resistance leader Riyaz Naikoo. As part of the operations Indian troopers used earth movers […] More

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    First female Sikh journalist from Peshawar Pakistan nominated for UK award

    Manmeet Kaur, the first woman journalist from Sikh community from Peshawar, has been nominated for an award in UK. Kaur said that ‘The Sikh Group’ in UK has nominated her for an award for highlighting problems of Sikh community in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. She said 100 people from around the world have been nominated in the […] More

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    Horrific act of terrorism once again in Afghanistan

    Human Rights Watch condemned the murderous twin attacks in Kabul, Afghanistan as “unspeakable act and apparent war crime.” The heinous first attack was on maternity ward of hospital in southwest of Kabul killing 24 people including newborn babies. The terrorists calculated the time to be the holy month of Ramazan and once again targeted Shia neighbourhood. No group claimed responsibility for […] More

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    India’s coronavirus infections surpass China, but contagion slowing

    NEW DELHI – India’s total novel coronavirus cases rose to 85,940 on Saturday, taking it past China, where the pandemic originated last year, though a strict lockdown enforced since late March has reduced the rate of contagion. State leaders, businesses and working class Indians have called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi to reopen the battered […] More

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    Venezuela: making another Syria in Latin America

    “Coups against leaders who are determined to preserve the independence of their nation and defend the sovereignty of their people orchestrated and engineered by the Deep State in the United States.” Dr. Chandra Muzaffar While the world was fighting glo bal pandemic that continues to kill thousands, a failed US coup was taking place in […] More

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    Surge in child mortality forecast in pandemic-hit developing countries

    Deaths from preventable disease in children under five could rise by almost 45 percent over the next six months as the COVID-19 pandemic diverts scarce health resources in developing countries, a UN report said Tuesday. Poorer nations in Africa, Asia and Latin America could see an additional 1.2 million infants die over the period, according […] More

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    New Zealand’s pandemic budget sets stage for Ardern’s re-election bid

    WELLINGTON – New Zealand will unleash billions of stimulus dollars at its annual budget this week to cushion the economic blow from the coronavirus pandemic, leaving it with ballooning debt and a dismal fiscal position that will take years to fix. Spending on infrastructure, healthcare projects, state housing and more subsidies for low income workers […] More

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    China’s Wuhan reports first virus infection in over a month

    Shanghai – China on Sunday reported the first case of coronavirus in over a month in Wuhan, the city where the outbreak first started in December last year. China’s National Health Commission also reported the first double-digit increase in countrywide cases in nearly 10 days, saying 14 new infections had been confirmed. Two of the […] More

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